“Summertime and the livin’ is (no longer) easy”

Online summer school appears to be “here to stay.” Chat Chow opens the new school year with a panel discussion by faculty who worked over the summer teaching online classes. Participants include Carolyn Ayers, Jana Craft, Jeff Hefel, Derek Jackson, Brooke Lenz, Larry Price, and Chris Vondracek. Come and ask questions and get advice on how you might “spread your wings” launching a new online course next summer. You may send your questions in advance if you like.

Wednesday Sept 12 | 12:00 to 1:00

“Nice work if you can get it–and you can get it if you try”

Nathan Lien and Brett Bodsgard are making it easier for their students to get it using SmartWork, the online homework helper. According to its developers, SmartWork is the “most intuitive tutorial and online homework system available.” Find out how Lien and Bodsgard are using it and how it might work with your students.

Wednesday October 17 | 12:00 to 1:00

” ‘S wonderful! ‘S marvelous!”

This is how folks are describing the Google Art Project. Get a good look at it with Preston Lawing who will also demonstrate apps that mirror natural art media, show how the art world is drawing on phones and tablets, and talk about how artists and museums are using phones and tablets as an art form (?!!). Beat back the November blues with cool art and warm conversation.

Wednesday November 14 | 12:00 to 1:00

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